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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (July 31, 1952)
lVIiss Judy Martin
Weds Private Shaw
rQ» Saturday, July 26, at St.
Patrick's Catholic church in O’
Neill, Miss Judy E. Martin, daugh
ter of Mrs. W. M. Martin and the
late Mr. Martin of O’Neill, and
Pvt. Robert K. Shaw, son of Mr.
and Mrs. S. D. Shaw, also of O’
Neill, were untied in marriage in
a double-ring ceremony. Rev.
Kenneth Carl performed the mar
The bride, given in marriage by
ber brother, Edward Martin of
O’Neill, was dressed in a white
formal ^ satin gown with a long
train. The sleeves were long and
pointed at the wrists. She wore
a fingertip veil with a crown dec
orated with seed pearls. Her
three-strand pearl necklace was
a gift of the bridegroom.
The maid-of-honor, Miss Mary
Murphy, of Sioux City appeared
in a light blue formal with a fin
gertip veil. The bride and maid
*of-honor carried bouquets of red
The bridegroom and bestman,
"William Shaw, brother of the
bridegroom, wore blue suits.
Miss Kay Martin, sister of the
bride sang “O, Beautiful Mother,”
"‘Ave Maria” and “Oh Lord I Am
Not Worthy.” Mrs. Joseph George
accompanied her on the organ.
A wedding breakfast was
rserved at the M&M cafe following
the ceremony and a reception
was held at the home of the
bride's mother for immediate
The bride and bridegroom left
for a wedding trip following the
reception. For her going away,
Mrs. Shaw wore a white nylon
with red and blue dots and a
navy blue hat.
Mrs. Thomas Hutton
Feted by Club — *
CHAMBERS—The WSCS of
Chambers Methodist church
met on Thursday, July 24, at
the home of Mrs. Anna Albers
with Mrs. Steve Shavlik cohost
ess. There were 25 members,
two visitors and three children
The meeting was called to order
by the president, Mrs. E. R. Car
penter. Roll call was answered by
a favorite scripture verse. It was
-voted to send a layette to the
Methodist hospital at Albuquer
A study lesson on “These
Bights We Hold,” was presented
by Mrs. Louis Neilson, assisted by
others. Mrs. Sarah Adams led the
devotional s. A handkerchief
shower was presented Mrs. Thom
as Hutton, a member who is leav
ig soon for her new home at New
castle. Lunch was served by the
hostess. The next meeting will
be August 7, at the church par
lors with Mrs. K. N. Adams and
Mrs. Art Miller hostesses.
Tell of County
The Junior Gardeners 4-H club
met at the home of Neil Dawes
Saturady,- July 26. The meeting
was opened by the president,
Beverly Brittell. We answered
roll call by telling what we plan
to take to the county fair.
The lesson was on judging.
We judged potatoes and onions.
We named a committee •'* for
working on our float for hay
Later we had a demonstration
on caring for a hoe by Perry and
Larry Dawes. After that we
played games. Then we had
lunch.—By Perry Dawes, news
reporter. „ *
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4-H club met recertily with
Dixie Nissen. Artha McClure as- 1
sisted with the lunch- Jennie
Graves, the president, brought
the meeting to order with 12
answering roll call by telling
their favorite sandwich. Two
members were absent. Sue Allen
was a guest. Each brought a
sandwich she had made. These
were judged by the cooking
group. At the close of the meet
ing Dixie Nissen gave a demon
stration on the raw vegetable
plate. Jenelle Allen and Faye
Irene Ballantyne had several
games for the recreation. Fol
lowing the recreation a luncheon
of sandwiches, cookies, ice
cream, kool-ade and raw vegeta
bles was served. The next meet
ing will be August 12 with Nor
ma Sorensen, Carolyn Russell
assisting. — By Faye Irene Bal
Geraldine F. Johnson,
John Edwin Babl Wed
Miss Geraldine Fay Johnson,
daughter of Guy Johnson of
O’Neill, and John Edwin Babl,
son of Mr. and Mrs. John Babl
of O’Neill, were united in mar
riage Friday, July 11, in Sioux
The bride appeared in a white
ballerina length dress of brocad
ed nylon over satin with a cor
sage of American beauty roses.
She wore a white lace hat with
matching accessories. Her only
jewelry was a pearl necklace—
something borrowed—and heart
shaped seed pearl earrings.
The matron - of - honor, Mrs.
Robert Sholes, sister of the bride,
wore an aqua dress with a
pink carnation corsage. She wore
a pink hat with white acces
The bridegroom was attired
in a light blue suit and was at
tended by Robert Sholes, who
wore a blue-gray suit. Both had
white carnation boutonnieres.
After a short honeymoon at
Lake Okoboji, la., the couple will
make their home in O’Neill.
in No-Hosi Dinner —
A no-host picnic dinner was
enjoyed Sunday at Fords park in
honor of Mrs. Donald Hock and
two children of Boise, Ida., who
are spending a month’s vacation
with Mrs. Hock’s parents, Mr. and i
Mrs. Charles Lewis and family, of |
Those present included: Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Mlinar and Ken
neth of Stuart; Mr. and Mrs.
Adolph Mlinar of Atkinson and
their three grandchildren from
Omaha; Mr. and Mris. Joe Mlinar
and son, Marion, Mr. and Mrs.
Alex Cleary and family, all of At
kinson; Mr. and Mrs. Elven
Alton and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Lewi?, and daugh
ter, Charlene, of * Butte, and
Mrs. John Smith and family of
Miss Joan Terrill If
Shower Honoree —
PAGE—A shower *was held in
honor of Miss Joan Terrill at the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Otto Terrill, Thursday afternoon,
July 17. The home Was Vfecorated
for the occasion. There were
about 40 guests present. Mrs.
George Francis and Mrs. Daniel
Page had charge of the entertain
ment. Miss Terrill received many
gifts. After all were opened and
admired, a lunch of cake and ice
cream was served.
I Ricky Perry Is 6 —
Mrs. Richard Perr? entertained
Tuesday afternoon, July 29, in
honor of her son, Ricky, who was
celebrating his sixth birthday an
niversary. About 15 girls and
boys came to help him celebrate.
Games were played during the
afternoon after which Mrs. Per
ry served refreshments consisting
of ice cream, cake and kool-ade.
MM in Session —
The MM club met Thursday
evening, July 24, at the home of
Mrs. Harold Lindberg. A dessert
luncheon was served followed by
bridge. Mrs. C. W. Porter and
Mrs. Paul Shierk were guests.
Mrs. Esther Cole Harris won high
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Nuptials at Stuart
STUART—The altar of the St.
Boniface Catholic church was the
scene of a pretty weding Sat
urday, July 26, when Miss Marilyn
V arneK, aaugnter of Mr. and Mrs.
Minor Varilek, became the bride
of James Hytrek, son of Mr. and
Mrs. John Hytrek.
Rev. A. J. Paschang performed
the double-ring ceremony at 9:30
The bride, who was led to the
altar on the arm of her father,
was charming in a candlelight
satin gown. The gown was fash
ioned with a sheer illusion yoke
trimmed ith tiny teardrop pearls.
The long satin sleeves tapered to
points at the wrists. From a fit
ted bodice a graceful skirt fell in
unpressed pleats over a hoop skirt
and swept into an aisle wide cath
Her veil of matching candle
light imported illusion billowed
to her fingertips from a calot of
lace and illusion trimmed with
tiny pearls and beads.
She carried an arm bouquet
of red and white carnations
with long white streamers and a
white prayer book, a gift from
her parents at the time of her
Her only jewelry was a strand
of pearls and earrings to match.
She carried out the tradition of
something old, something new,
something borrowed, something
blue and a penny in her shoe.
Miss Patricia Hanlon of Des
Moines, la., cousin of the bride,
was maid-of-honor. Her baller
ina length gown was orchid nylon
net over satin with a picture hat,
mitts and ballerina *Shoes to
match. She wore a double strand
of pearls, a gift from the bride.
She carried a colonial bouquet of
yellow gladiolus with long orchid
rne Driaesmaias, miss l,a von
Prauner of Battle Creek, cousin
of the bride, and Miss I’eddy
King of Valentine neice of the
bridegroom, wore ballerina length
gowns of yellow net over satin
with picture hats, mitts and bal
lerina shoes to match. They each
wore a single strand of pearls,
gifts from the bride and carried
colonial bouquets of orchid gladi
olus with yellow streamers.
The bridegroom wore a gray
suit and was attended by his
brother, Dick Hytrek, and friends
Kenneth Batenhorst and Dick
Kaup, who wore light business
suits. They each wore white car
Leslie Varilek, brother of the
bride, and Jack Hytrek, brother of
the bridegroom, were ushers,
they wore dark trousers and
For her going away dress, the
bride wore a two piece brown
and white dress with white acces
sories and a corsage of red and
Mrs. Hytrek was a graduate
from Stuart high school with the
class of 1952 and Mr. Hytrek grad
uated from Stuart high with the
After a trip through the Black
Hills, S.D., they will be at home
to their friends in the Weichman
A 12 o’clock dinner was served
to 60 relatives and friends and
about 200 attended the reception
at 2:30. The couple also enter
tained friends and relatives at a
dance that evening in the audi
Among those from out-of-town
who attended the wedding were:
Mrs. Maggie Crago, the bride’s
grandmother, Dianna and Dick
Dennett, Miss Ardine Smith, all of
Armour, S.D.; Mr. and Mrs. Orin
McLinn, Mrs. Dick Vanderpol,
Merreta, Dickie, Sharon and Bren
da of Platte, S.D.; Miss Laura Mae
Varilek of Omaha; Miss Patricia
Hanlon, Dr. and Mrs. John Han
lon, all of Des Moines, la.; Ed
Sule, Miss Delores Panek, Miss
Marcella Liedgen, Miss Peggy
Smith, Mis Carol Liedgen, Miss
LaVon Prauener, Mr. and Mrs.
Elmer Prauener, Mr. and Mrs.
George Tillotson and Alfred
Stuckwioh of Battle Creek; Mr.
and Mrs. Leo Dietrick and family
of Meadow Grove; Mr. and Mrs.
Pat Rison of Wisner; Mr. and Mrs.
Ignatius Hytrek of Sarasota, Fla.;
Mr. and Mrs. Gale King and fam
ily of Valentine; Mr. and Mrs.
Clarence Whitcome of Ainsworth,
and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Schmad
erer of Oakland.
Mrs. .Osenbaugh Hostess —
Mrs. J. D. Osenbaugh enter
tained the Merri Myx club Tues
day afternoon with a dessert
luncheon followed by bridge.
Mrs, Ted McElhaney and Mrs.
Fred Robertson were guests. Mrs.
H. S. Moses won high score and
Mrs. C. W. Porter second high.
A housewarming was held on
Thursday, July 24, in honor of
Mr. and Mrs. Dean Jeffrey at
their new home. Six couples
came to spend the evening which
was spent socially. Games were
played by the group. The guests
served a luncheon and presented
the Jeffreys with a gift
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Miss Froelich, Bride
Elect. Feted —
Miss Helen Kubitschek enter
tained at ner home Tuesday eve
ning at a prenuptial shower m
honor of Miss Nancy Froelich,
who will be married to John K.
Berigan of Atkinson on Saturday,
Refreshments were served by
Guild to Meet —
St. Elizabeth’s Guild of St. Pa
trick’s Altar society will meet
Thursday evening, August 7, at
8 o’clock in St. Mary’s guyma
sium. Mrs. Harry Graham, chair
man of St. Elizabeth’s Guild and
her committee are in charge of
the entertainment and refresh
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Asher and
two sons of Fremont came Mon
day afternoon and visited until
Wednesday at tne homes of Mr.
and Mrs. George Parx and Mr.
and Mrs. Roliie Snell. They
were returning irom a vacation
trip in Minnesota and South Da
Sue Allen, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Donald Allen of Lynch has
spent several days with an uncle
and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Kelly and
Ruth spent Sunday visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Mitchell at
Mr. and Mrs. Keith Weyer of
Essex, la., visited from Friday
night until Monday with Mrs.
Weyer’s mother, Mrs. Evelyn.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wilbur of
Maryville, Mo., were calling on
old friends here Friday. They
formerly lived in Page.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Walker and
family of Norfolk spent from last
Thursday until Sunday visiting
relatives at Page.
Mrs. AiDert Aninony ana iwo
children and Shirley Hill of
r>*\jomueld spent tne weekend
here visiting Mrs. Anthony’s par"
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Matschul
lat, and her brother, Dale Mat
scnullat, and wife.
Miss Judy Trowbridge attended
the district officers’ meeting at
Plainview Sunday afternoon.
Pete Sojka made a business
trip to Omaha Friday.
Mrs. Floyd Fisk spoke on In
dia, Wednesday evening, July 23,
at the Page Wesleyan Methodist
church. Mr. and Mrs. Fisk are
Frank Patterson of Bassett and
Mr. and Mrs. Babutska and fam
ily of O’Neill called at the Rollie
Snell home Sunday. Frank Pat
terson is a former resident of
Page. Mrs. Babutska is the daugh
ter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Patterson of Page.
Mrs. Haskle Boyer of Mullen
and her granddaughter, Rita San
dall, of Bassett came Wednesday
afternoon, July 31, to visit Mrs.
Boyer’s son-in-law and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Stauffer and
son. Mr. Boyer and son and Mr.
and Mrs. Mac Osborne came af
ter them Sunday.
The Neighborhood club met
with Mrs. Edward Soukup Wed
nesday, July 23, with 12 members
answering roll call. The after
noon was spent playing cards.
Next meting will be with Mrs. J.
W. Finch on August 13. , r
Miss Alice French, who had at
tended a two-weeks seminar: at
the University of Nebraska, re
turned home Friday. She was ac
companied by her niece, Miss Jo
Ann Braddock, who had visited
friends during the two week pe
Miss Viola Haynes returned
home Saturday from Lincoln
where she had completed the
work on the degree of masters of
education in the field of educa
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Trowbridge
and Judy, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fink
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Trowbridge and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. Norman Trowbridge
and Mrs. A. O. Weber were Sun
day guests at the Bert Fink home
The Woman’s Missionary So
ciety of the Wesleyan Methodist
church met Wednesday after
noon, July 23, with Mrs. Leon
ard Halstead. Mrs. Fred INaslund
led the devotionals. The ladies
worked making bandages for for
Mrs. John Liest who is in
training at the Mary Lanning
hospital, Hastings, spent from
Friday until Monday at the home
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Anton Nissen
drove ^ainview Sunday where
the"’- - ' M lc ' -vith Albert Bertsin
ger of ' ’- --i. who is a pa
t^e hospit-'1 there. They
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The Help U club met *'* the
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Nine ’-nbe^s and their families
were pr-1 - here . vn
thonv and t' ”» chii h —i and ch r
ley Hill of Bleomfield were vis
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Smith and
two sons were dinner gue x' Sun
day of Mrs. Anna Thompson. Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Pelletier and
family of Orchard and Mrs. Em
mit Thompson and two daughters
were supper guests of Mrs.
The Get-to-gether club met
with Mrs. Kennetth Van Every on
Friday afternoon. It was decided
at this meeting to have a picnic in
the Page park Sunday. August 3.
Lunch was served by the hostess.
The next meeting be with
Mrs. Charley Cronk.
Mr. and MT's. O. C. Lamoshire
of Polk and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
Spann of Atkinson surprised the
ladies’ parents, M** ond **rs. .T.
R. Russell when they c'-me to
Page Sunday and s*'**’*t ♦v*e de^
at their home. Will’s Russell
was a supper guest at the home of
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C. E. Jones, Manager
O'Neill : Nebraska
. Tuesday and Wednesday guests
in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
i>ean Jeffrey were CWO and
Mrs. Kenneth Jeffrey and babv
of Ft. Mead, Md.
Robert Wallace is in O’Neill
visiting home folks. He has been
attending the school of medicine
at Creighton university, Omaha.
Mrs. Alfred Sanders spent Fri
day and Saturday, July 25 and 26,
in Elkhom visiting her son,
James. He returned home with
Mr. and Mrs. Dean Jeffrey en
tertained at a dinner party Sun
day, July 20. Those present in
eluded Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Jef
frey of Laurel, Mr. and Mrs.
Raymond Clink of Bronson,
Mich., Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Fore
man and family and Mr. and Mrs.
Everett Gardner and family, all
Mir. and Mrs. James Apple
gate of Portland, Ore., and Mijs.
Mary Applegate of Omaha ar
rived Tuesday fo a visit in the
home of Mrs. Mary Applegate’s
daughter, Mrs. Gene Sanders, and
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